No Beef About the Future
New Zealand’s original gourmet burger chain might seem an unlikely brand to be bringing a plant-based burger to the high street, but in fact it’s in keeping with both Burger Wisconsin’s roots and its recent re-boot under the new ownership of Mariposa Restaurant Holdings (MRH), who also developed Mexicali Fresh. read more…
HOT DOG WISCONSIN
WE'RE ONTO A REAL WIENER HERE!
We’re onto a real wiener! For a or a limited time only we're adding hot dogs to our menu. Order online or instore at your local to get stuck in! Don't worry, the full burger menu is still available.
Burglers to Burgers (and Burritos)
Ex-cop’s attention to detail helps Burger Wisconsin and Mexicali Fresh franchisees to boost the bottom line. In the fast-changing and highly-competitive world of quick service restaurants, ‘Details matter,’ says Andre Chappell. ‘A customer may not notice a clean store, but they will certainly notice a dirty one read more…
LOOK WHO'S BACK!
For a limited time you can feast on a couple of hits from the mighty 90s! - The Beef, Mozzarella & Pesto (aka Pestarella) and the Chicken, Chilli Jam & Cheese. Try them both for a mouth-watering flashback to a hyper-coloured decade!
Limited time only. Available until Sunday 15 July or while stocks last.
TIPPING POINT ON PLASTIC - HOW ARE FRANCHISES COPING?
Consumers and councils are turning on the humble plastic straw. Franchises are keen to respond, but their sheer size can mean supply issues slow them down. Environmentally-conscious independent outlets are offering consumers a choice - supply issues mean franchises may have to play catch-up read more...
MOUNT MAUNGANUI NOW OPEN
Just in time for the Summer holidays, Burger Wisconsin Mount Maunganui is open and trading. Grab a burger, head to the beach and let the good times roll.
BURGER WISCONSIN RAMPS UP FOR GROWTH WITH NEW OWNERS, NEW FRANCHISEES AND NEW IDEAS BOOSTING A NEW ZEALAND FAVOURITE
Ron Kharbanda has done business with plenty of restaurants and cafés, but when the time came to buy a business of his own, there was only one choice for him – Burger Wisconsin. The original gourmet burger brand has been a quiet achiever read more...
BURGER WISCONSIN’S FOCUS ON PROFITABILITY PAYS OFF FOR FRANCHISEES
Michael Johnston is taking off his Burger Wisconsin hat for the last time. The long-time Gisborne franchisee has decided the time has come to retire at last, and is selling his store. It brings to a close a career in franchising that started almost two decades ago – and Michael says that the last few years have read more...
BURGER WISCONSIN WANTS ENERGETIC YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS ALL OVER THE COUNTRYS
When Andre Chappell joined Burger Wisconsin 14 years ago, it was a famous local brand but a very different franchise. ‘Back then, it was a pretty loose arrangement; today, it’s evolved and become a much more organised, more profitable business. Read more...
BURGER WISCONSIN IS A CLASSIC BRAND ABOUT TO EXPAND
Despite the name, Burger Wisconsin is as Kiwi as they come. Founded in 1989, it can claim to be New Zealand’s original gourmet burger brand. Offering 100 percent Angus beef, lamb, fish and chicken combined with fresh, local ingredients, it was read more...
WAIRAU JUNCTION NOW OPEN
Our brand new store at Wairau Rd Junction opened its doors at the end of October. The fresh team will be serving our gourmet burgers 7 days a week.
MAIRANGI BAY RE-OPENS
A very warm welcome to new Franchisees Campbell & Bessie Patterson. These two locals know the Bay best and will be serving up our burgers every evening in a newly refurbished store.
BURGER WISCONSIN TRAINING GETS BROTHER AND SISTER TEAM INTO BUSINESS
Ben and Nikki Wilkinson have been living in a ‘bit of a blur’ this year since they bought their first Burger Wisconsin outlet in January 2017. ‘We’ve put in some long shifts since,’ grins Ben, ‘but we’ve learned a lot and we are loving read more...
MOBI2GO X BURGER WISCONSIN
A well-established brand and amazing burgers weren’t enough. Consumer behaviour, led by advancements in technology, had changed. Long lines and tied up phones were causing too many roadblocks, and Burger Wisconsin were losing customers to their competition read more